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Waimak Classic Cars

PO Box 373 Rangiora 7440 North Canterbury New Zealand

Waimak Classic Cars

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OPEN TO OFFERS! This is a genuine item with under 30K miles on the clock - Number 244 - Vin #: GG38832 - despatched 22nd July 1987. The RS500 model marked the pinnacle of Ford’s range in the mid-1980s, and was virtually unbeatable in Group A touring car competitions. It was conceived as an even more potent ...

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New Zealand

NZ New Mechanically sound and car is in very good working condition. Motor is good and healthy - nice and pleasant to drive. Stripped it down to bare metal and professionally repainted it in its original black colour. Wood is in excellent order. Wheels and tires in very good order Structurally sound - no ...

New Zealand

When was the last time you headed nowhere in particular? Not many car companies can say they built a legend like the iconic Mustang. It began as a design breakthrough. A car that coudln’t be coralled. Desolate routes and interstates suddenly became a driver’s paradise. These days, well nothing’s changed. Its ...

New Zealand

A superb example of a much loved 80's classic. Developed in Europe by Ford Special Vehicle Engineering, the coveted XR3i looks and goes like a true thoroughbred. The key to its sprting character is a smooth, flexible and free revving engine with Bosch K-jetronic fuel injection. In German built Cabriolet form, this ...

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New Zealand

It’s hard to imagine a car that has made a more spectacular debut than the Mustang did in April 1964. Stories abound of Americans queuing at dealerships just to get a look at the snappy new car; there’s even a story of a truck driver driving through a showroom window so distracted was he by the Mustang. Another ...

New Zealand

What started this stampede was a love affair that changed a million people – a love affair with the Ford Mustang! Grandmothers, Dads, Mums Kids…even the family dog. The Ford Mustang made a million drivers become Mustangers in just two years. And why have a million people gone for Mustang?…for the same reason ...

New Zealand

The final – and some would say ultimate – Capri arrived in 1978. Designated Project Carla, the re-invigorated coupe looked mean and moody, and proved that the Ford stylists had not lost their magic touch. Once again, the Capri became the pushy young exec’s weapon of choice, and the ‘S’ versions did all ...

New Zealand

As automakers continue their relentless pursuit of refinement, there’s precious little magic to be had behind the wheel of a new car. Sit down, and you instantly know where everything is and how to operate it. Start it up and drive and few sensations are overly vivid. In short, most new cars are about as surprising as ...

New Zealand

The Capri Mk III was a little more than a substantial update of the Capri MK II. The first cars were available in March 1978 and for the 1982 model year, the Essex 3.0 V6 powerplant which had been the range topper since September 1969 was dropped, while a new sporty version debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, called ...

New Zealand